足, 脚, 肢, あし

  • ashi
JLPT 5

Definition of 足,脚,肢,あし

noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • foot

  • leg

  • gait

  • pace

  • bottom structural component (i.e. radical) of a kanji

  • means of transportation

Related Kanji

leg, foot, be sufficient, counter for pairs of footwear
skids, leg, undercarriage
limb, arms & legs

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Examples of 足,脚,肢,あし in a Sentence

The hosiery factory produces 600,000 pairs of socks a day.
My foot's asleep again!
ん~、イマイチなんだよねえ。この脚のあたりのとかさぁ。なんとかなんないの?
This drawing is less than great. He needs to do something with the line here at the back of the leg.
部屋にはといすがあった
There were a desk and a chair in the room.
The conclusion reached by a study is "People who think their feet are smelly, have smelly feet; people who think they aren't, don't."
The conclusion reached by a study is "People who think their feet are smelly, have smelly feet; people who think they aren't, don't."
You've sprained your ankle and can't walk can you? "No, I'm fine! I can move forward at a crawl!"
しびれていた
His feet were asleep.
1人警備員組んで座っていた。
A watchman sat with his legs crossed.
An old woman limped along the street.

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